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1  Hardware / Processors - CPU / Re: K10 B0 screenshots on: May 17, 2007, 11:42:24 AM
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showpost.php?p=2141416&postcount=17
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I asked about Fudzilla's K10 CPU-Z screenshot to Franck(=CPU-Z author, of course) today, and he replied as below:

"Yes it is a fake. cpuz does not even try to read a L3 on AMD CPUs, so there
is not way it can detect any L3."

So, we need more time to know the real K10 information...
...but still I love Fudzilla
You have the facts served right in front of your face. When will you stop denying them and stop the degradation of your and the credibility of FUDzilla?
I doubt that you'll be able to validate K10 without a version of CPUz which supports it properly, because of CPUz anti-fake protection.
Here is what Franck said after the release of CPUz 1.40:
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At last I'm currently recoding the monitoring part from scratch, but I'm not sure it will be better in the beginning
However, is it possible I release a new version meanwhile, for K10 support (I already said that last time !
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showpost.php?p=2171972&postcount=41

If you can get a K10, why post screen shots of monitor with CPUz in the background?
Instead make pictures of the CPU it self, do some real-life benchmarks and publish them. Also you can try CPUz 1.39, just to be sure that your images are fake.
2  Welcome to Fudzilla Forum / Discussion about Articles / Re: Why there are fake K10 CPUz screen shots on FUDZilla? on: May 17, 2007, 11:23:20 AM
fudo, fudo.....
You are going with your head against a wall. Why ignore the facts and believe in whats already proven fake?
3  Hardware / Processors - CPU / Re: K10 B0 screenshots on: May 16, 2007, 03:59:32 PM
Fudo, you don't have to believe that one. It is another fake.
Franck Delattre, the author of CPUz confirmed that CPUz is not even looking after L3 cache on the K8. On that image the CPU is exactly recognized as K8 (AMD Opteron 148 UP).
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showpost.php?p=1987933&postcount=321
Also CPUz can recognize only 130nm and 90nm on the s940, but not 65nm.
So, you can also take down your older article and in future try to do some research before you publish another fake. Think about the credibility of FUDzilla.
4  Welcome to Fudzilla Forum / Discussion about Articles / Re: Why there are fake K10 CPUz screen shots on FUDZilla? on: May 15, 2007, 11:57:52 PM
OK, there are a lot of gays who will set you up instead of helping you. After reading this I feel a little beat sorry for bashing you. You were a little beat naive trusting everybody, but you can't lie to people that you have seen/benchmarked/overclocked something which you haven't. It is very hard to build credibility, but it is very easy to destroy it.
I think you've learned a lesson and I hope you won't do the same again. You are not that bad after all. If I was you instead of writing hyperbolic short stories based on rumors I was going to write a long and educative article about K10 with scientific data, facts, arguments, logical explanations and my analysis and point of view about it.
Once again, I am sorry for picking on you.

peace
5  Welcome to Fudzilla Forum / Discussion about Articles / Why there are fake K10 CPUz screen shots on FUDZilla? on: May 15, 2007, 06:42:31 PM
Yes, why?
Is the point to attract visitors to the site?
6  Hardware / Processors - CPU / Re: Intel Core 2 Quad 6600 Price Drop... on: March 16, 2007, 11:20:46 AM
@Bowen
The difference in power consumption between a C2D and a C2Q CPU at same frequency is 70W when on 100% CPU load. So If your system is wasting 384Wh with a C2D, it would waste less than 455Wh with a C2Q.
The hardware you've mentioned(Q6600 C2, 8900 GTX to be upgraded to a 8900 GTX along with 2 to 4 GB of RAM with one optical drive, 2 HD's, a SB X-Fi sound card and 5 case fans) will waste less than 384Wh, when on 100% load. If the real power of your PSU is 535W, than it will handle much more than the hardware you've mentioned.
One of my 230W real power PSUs, handled a C2D E6400 @3.2GHz, 2x512MB DDR2-800 @1GHz, GeForce 6600 256MB @550/840, Audigy2 6.1, 2 HD's, 2 optical drives, TV/FM Tunner and 3 fans. So, don't worry, your PSU has plenty of power to handle any C2Q with any G81 GPU with 4 modules of RAM.
7  Hardware / Processors - CPU / Re: Intel Core 2 Quad 6600 Price Drop... on: March 15, 2007, 07:35:38 AM
I'll replace my E6400 with a Q6600, sometimes in september. Where I live, the prices are a bit higher and the price-drop's effects are coming months latter
8  Welcome to Fudzilla Forum / General Discussion / Re: Aahh, Hello on: March 13, 2007, 10:57:31 AM
sorry to interrupt you...keep talking to yourself.
9  Welcome to Fudzilla Forum / General Discussion / Re: Welcome on: March 13, 2007, 10:50:39 AM
Srecno Fuad, nadam se da ces napraviti dobar forum Smiley
10  Hardware / Processors - CPU / Re: Barcelona to have 40% floating Point & 10+% Int Gains over X5355 on: March 13, 2007, 10:32:29 AM
There is no single evidence that can confirm or debunk AMD's bold claims. But I really, really don't trust to the marketing managers. If we look at the statistics in the past 10 years in 100% cases they are overestimating the performance and the capabilities of their unseen upcoming products. For example, Intel were claiming that clock for clock, C2D will be at least 40% faster than K8 in the worst scenario, but clock for clock C2D is only 20% faster in average; AMD were claiming K8 to be twice fast as same clocked Northwood, but it is only 40% faster in average.
If we take a look at the K10 architecture, it has no theoretical chances to be faster than or as fast as C2D for integer, at same frequency.
IMO, Barcelona will be up to 40% faster clock for clock than C2D for floating point calculations, will perform roughly same as C2D for SSE, but it will be slower for integer code. It will be a beast and a nice chip, but not even close to what AMD marketing machine is BS-ing about. If it is clocked less than 2.8GHz, than it will be #2 player in the 2P and 4P server computing.
Anyway I would appreciate if AMD publishes some real-world benchmarks instead of their bold claims and unargumented estimations.
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